Rush Go With Nickelback's Label

Rush have left Mercury Records and inked a world-wide (except Canada) deal with Roadrunner Records (home of Slipknot and Nickelback). hennemusic has a little more info on what we can expect from the new partnership:

Billboard.biz reports the group's departure from Mercury Records means the next full-length studio album, a long-gestating work titled "Clockwork Angels," will be released in 2012 on Roadrunner. The delay - a lead single, "Caravan," was released in June 2010 - was due to the success of their Time Machine Tour, which just wrapped.

A first Roadrunner release will actually be a live album culled from the blockbuster tour. According to the label, details will be revealed in the coming weeks. Anthem/Universal Music will continue to release their music in Canada only. more on this story

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